SteelSeries announces The SteelSeries Rival: Dota 2 Edition Gaming Mouse

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With the DOTA 2 International tournament well underway, fans of the MOBA can now rejoice, as Steelseries just announced that a new version of The Rival will be sold at the tournament, and afterwards it will be available for pre-order on their online store.

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The Rival is perhaps the ideal mouse for MOBA players. It’s got a simple layout, without excessive buttons or functions that would just get in the way. I can definitely understand why The Rival was chosen for this union. This new version also comes with some goodies! Your mouse will give you access to an exclusive in-game item, The Hell’s Glare for Doom.

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“We believe that Dota players deserve the best, so we set out to give fans a mouse with a design they would love without sacrificing the functionality they require,” said Tino Soelberg, SteelSeries CTO. “We extensively tested our Dota 2 Edition of the Rival Optical Mouse with professional players from Natus Vincere, Invictus Gaming and Fnatic which has resulted in one of the most powerful mice we’ve ever built – and to make it even more special for the Dota 2 community, we’ve added a unique in-game item.”

A once divine weapon, now corrupted by the devouring darkness of its new master, this Radiance-inspired sword is a must-have for any Dota fan. The Hell’s Glare for Doom has been exclusively designed and only available with purchase of the SteelSeries Rival: Dota 2 Edition Gaming Mouse.

So if you’re in the market for a new mouse and play DOTA 2, this is a pretty solid choice. Even if you don’t play DOTA, The Rival still performs well in any genre of gaming, and at its price, has much more functionality when compared to similar brands.

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